Chrome will filter ads on sites in Asia, South America and Africa from July 9.
Chrome will filter ads which is negatively impact on user experience on sites in Asia, South America and Africa from July 9.
Since February 2018, Chrome has filtered advertisements that interfere with users’ content use, such as pop-up ads and auto-playing video ads with Sound etc. in North America and Europe. And they expand the region to all parts of the world including Asia, South America and Africa.
Online advertising allows you to enjoy a variety of content on the Internet free of charge and create a wider social relationship through social media such as Facebook, Instagram. However, as online advertising develops, it has even hindered users’ use of content. So Internet media such as Google, Facebook and Microsoft have formed Coalition for Better Ads(CBA) to improve users’ online advertising experience.
The CBA surveyed 66,000 people around the world for identifying the least preferred ad types and announced the ‘Better Ads Standards’. Based on this, Chrome blocks ads on sites such as pop-up ads and auto-playing video ads with Sound etc. Publishers can modify and review the ads on sites within 30 days.
Chrome is not to block all ads but to filter ads that interferes with users’ use of content and makes them uncomfortable. Ultimately, they expect to have a positive impact on publishers by improving users’ experience of using sites.
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